We got in the car. I had the goods, my kid had the grin.
When we arrived at the mall, we were met by one of Emma's many potential suitors, Max. (Clearly his mother was also with him. He's just a preschool kid. Geesh.)
We dashed inside and started surveying our options.
Not everyone was as amused by our antics. This was mid-boredom tantrum.
We found a few items we weren't sure we could live without and headed into the great land of almost-nakedness also known as the dressing rooms.
Hangers are amazing entertainment in a dressing room. Amazing.
We tried a few items on, smiled for the camera, and made a final decision.
(Actually, I don't think either one of us ended up going home with the sweaters in this image - I ended up selecting the white striped cardigan seen above with the foot-pop. I'm IN LOVE.)
After, we went for sushi. Emma shared her lemon. Max played on a phone. We ate a lot of raw (and tempura battered) fish.
Thank you Old Navy and Crowdtap for once again allowing me to spoil a friend with some free goods at Old Navy!
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